<p><span></span><em>Pregnant in Heels</em> star <strong>Rosie Pope</strong> happily introduces her brand-new son to <em>Life & Style</em>!<br />
"I feel like the luckiest person in the universe to have this baby sitting in front of me," Rosie exclusively tells Life & Style about 10-week-old Wellington Reed. "He just feels really special to me."
After giving birth to her first son, J.R., now 2½, in 2008, Rosie, 31, who chronicles her heartbreaking struggle to get pregnant for the second time on Pregnant, and husband Daron wanted another baby right away. But Rosie was told she suffered from secondary infertility. "I just stopped ovulating," Rosie, 31, tells Life & Style.
So Rosie turned to in vitro fertilization (IVF). After suffering an ectopic pregnancy (when the embryo is in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus), which resulted in the removal of one fallopian tube, Rosie miraculously got pregnant -- naturally. "We don't know why, but for some reason my body spontaneously released an egg," Rosie says.
After a rollercoaster journey to her happy ending, Rosie, who is a maternity concierge, has advice for other women trying to get pregnant. As hard as it can be, "you just have to keep going," she says. "Miracles really do happen."
For more, pick up the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now and check out Pregnant in Heels Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on Bravo
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